Brad Foster vs Ionut Baluta full results
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Brad Foster (14-1-2, 5KO) and Ionut Baluta (14-3, 3KO) weighed in ahead of their May 20 clash at the york Hall in Bethnal Green.
The pair battle it out for the WBC International super-bantamweight title in the main event on BT Sport 2 from 7pm-12am.
BBN have provided all the results right here:
Fight #1 – 7pm
Adan Mohamad vs Stefan Nicolae
Adan Mohamed bossed Stefan Nicolae to move up to 5-0.
'The Pirate' won all four rounds at 40-36 to open the show.
Raven Chapman vs Gabriella Mezei
Two stoppages in three wins for the exciting featherweight.
'The Omen' trapped her Hungarian foe in the corner with a barrage of punches to body and head in the very first round, recording the stoppage within a minute.
The 28-year-old has her eye on the winner of the European title fight tomorrow night.
Post fight she was surprised how quick she ended matters, "I'm glad Gabriella came in for us obviously with the postponement. Next time I want to start stepping up now. I know there's the European title fight tomorrow in my weight so maybe I can take the winner of that."
Josh Frankham vs Naeem Ali
Joshua Frankham moved up to 6-0 with a dominant 40-36 points win.
Charles Frankham vs Sandeep Singh Bhatti
A four punch combo ending with a strong straight right down the pipe dropped Bhatti at the end of the round. Frankham used a one-two to tap on the door and open up the guard, so another one-two putting all his power in the final shot, whoch worked a treat.
The entertaining affair finished with a points win to Frankham, moving up to 6-0 just like his cousin Josh just did.
Sean Noakes vs Lee Hallett
A composed and confident performance from Sean Noakes sees him kick off his pro career with a 40-36 points win.
Mickey Burke Jnr vs Ivica Gogosevic
21-year-old welterweight prospect Mickey Burke Jr finishes Ivica Gogosevic with a wicked let hook to the body in round four in what can only be described as a one-sided beatdown.
Andrew Cain vs Luis Moreno Montalvo
Was it ever going to go any other way? First round KO for Andrew Cain! He won the title in the first round (within 20 seconds) last month, then defended it in the first round too.
Trained by Paul Stevenson, the Liverpool wrecking machine came out with hands held low, as is his custom, slipping head shots, then let two left hooks loose followed by a crunching right uppercut to the head to down his unsuspecting opponent. Moreno bravely returned to his feet, but Cain got through with another big right hand and although the Mexican seemed to touch down again, he stayed up and kept going, so the partly-retreating Cain stepped back on the gas to land another barrage of shots but the referee had seen enough and stopped the fight.
The three judges at ringside must've known they weren't needed for this nout, even though tough Mexican Moreno had taken Dennis McCann the distance.
Cain is now 10-0 with 9KOs. After his teammate Nick Ball stole the show at Wembley on the Fury-Whyte undercard, Cain has now done the same here and will be the main talking point after tonight.
The Everton Red Triangle gym have been quietly going about their business but now they are set to become the biggest show in the UK!
Brad Foster vs Ionut Baluta
Ionut Baluta is the new WBC International bantamweight champion after a closely fought contest with Brad Foster.
The Romanian wins via unanimous decision at the York Hall.